Finland, what you need to know
By: Emma Whitlow
Finland has a democracy type of government, democracy is a type of limited government in which people have more control can the government can't do what ever they want
In Finland they have the right to vote for their Prime minister, they have a term of six years. The current Prime minister is Juha Sipna.
The U.S.A. is an alike government to Finland because of the level of freedom they have.
Imports and Exports
Traditional & Modern clothing.
God Jul or Merry Christmas! Christmas is a very big tradition for Finland. They have boxing day, days of Christmas, Christmas day and Christmas eve.
It is usually mild in July with temperatures of usually 13 to 17 degrees Celsius or 55 to 62 degrees Fahrenheit or in February -22 to 3 degrees Celsius or -8 degrees to 26 degrees Fahrenheit.
Compare and Contrast
Alike: Both countries have a deep connection to Christian churches and they are both democratic (limited) governments.
Different: Finland elected a Prime Minister who stays in office for 6 year terms, while the USA President has 4 years of turn and most of Finland is Christian while the USA has other major religions.
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